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Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has fully recovered from his core muscle surgery and coach Kevin Stefanski confirmed as much.

“He’s 100 percent. He’s looking really good,” the coach said. Stefanski also added that Jarvis Landry, who underwent hip surgery is on track to return in August.

“Jarvis, to his credit, he’s looking great, some of the videos that I have seen of him moving around,‘’ Stefanski said. “We’ll have a plan for them with (Senior Vice President of Player Health & Development) Joe (Sheehan) and the athletic training staff. We will make sure that we wrap both of them up appropriately.”

Neither wide receiver participated in Baker Mayfield’s throwing session in Austin, TX las month. Beckham did, however, catch passes from Cam Newton two weeks ago. Newton remains a free agent.


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